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> 64Studio - sound not working
post Oct 12 2006, 11:57 AM
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I am a linux newbie for the most part. I have tried various distros over the past month and have come across a rather attractive beta resease of one called "64Studio."

Here's an excerpt from their site:

"64 Studio is developing a collection of native software for digital content creation on x86_64 hardware (that's AMD's 64-bit CPUs and Intel's EM64T chips). It's based on the pure 64 port of Debian GNU/Linux, but with a specialised package selection and lots of other customisations."

My problem is this: My sound hardly ever works. It's a distro specifically taylored for creating music, but I can't do anything with it because I have no sound.

I am running 64Studio on a Gateway MX7118 Notebook. In my Device Manager in Windows it says I have Conexant AC-Link Audio and Legacy Audio Drivers... I don't know if that information helps at all, but there it is anyway.

In my multimedia settings (in Linux) I can change which audio output driver it uses from "auto" to things like ... well, I can't remember, but the point is that none of them work.

One time It did work, but I don't know why. I didn't change anything, it just worked that once, and not since.

I have also had my sound working just fine in various other distributions (and by "various" I mean "Ubuntu").

Anybody have any ideas? I really want to get this working, because other than that, it seems like a great distro for my needs.

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